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Old 03 June 2005, 09:35   #1
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Stidd seats

The Stidd seats are finally in a RIB!

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Old 03 June 2005, 09:55   #2
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Looks great JK.
Do you have any pics of the whole boat.
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I think Peter's got some. I'll try to persuade him to post them!

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They look expensive...

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Serious looking set of seats JK.

Do you know how they've been held down to the deck?
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Old 03 June 2005, 12:08   #6
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They look expensive...
About $18,000 each if you buy them new
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Do you know how they've been held down to the deck?
I think they ended up with a big chunk of steel laminated into the deck with four large studs sticking up for each seat!

Looking forward to taking it for a spin!

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i think they look pants, 18k id expect the trim to fit and not be baggy....
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Are you going to use the built in harness??? Thought they weren't a good idea in an open boat?
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Are there suspension struts under the seats, are they sprung, is it hydraulic or gas , if so do you have any pics
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Really worth it if backs are well supported and impact minimised.

Look forward to checking it out on the water!

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